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About danroot

  1. Ditto for wanting a better UX on this. I somewhat understand the technical reasons, but Evernote team is so awesome, I'm sure they can address this in an elegant way. Here is your user story: As a small team, we would like to share a notebook in a way that lets everybody on the team tag notes, so that the person who shared the notebook doesn't have to do all the tagging. One possible way to work this would be to add a permission level. Currently, it's read, modify. Maybe read, modify, and 'full', where 'full' would allow the user to tag and any other "special" tasks. Honestly, though, I tend to agree with the user who says "If I share a notebook, I generally trust the person not to pollute my tags.
  2. Handwriting isn't the only- or even main- reason I want stylus support. Back-of-napkin-style drawing, and screen/page mockups could all benefit from freehand support. Having it in Evernote would beat the other note apps because of instant sync-up with other devices/web and search.
  3. In meetings, I just don't see myself typing notes on the iPad. I would pay for premium if it included support for handwritten notes and napkin style drawings. esp. If it included handwriting recognition.
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